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St. Francis Campus Credit Union is the subject of a federal investigation, and its assets have been acquired by the larger Central Minnesota Credit Union.
Volunteers of America-Minnesota has embarked on an aggressive cost-cutting effort, and it has tapped a former Planned Parenthood leader to help it resolve its revenue crisis.
Jeffrey Holmers, a local real estate agent, said that his past business dealings with Denny Hecker ultimately led him to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy.
A new study suggests that the federal government would recoup billions of dollars if more young people found work; it turns out, however, that Minnesota’s labor force is not to blame.
Anticipating more regulatory effects on the financial services industry, CliftonLarsonAllen acquired Bankers Advisory, expanding its mortgage compliance offerings; it also acquired two more firms.
Target is trumpeting recent growth in its online sales, but it’s unclear exactly what impact those digital channels are having on the retailer’s bottom line.
The Champps sports-bar chain, which was founded by a Twin Cities restaurateur and is owned by a Kansas-based company, reportedly filed for Chapter 11.
Lou Nanne will lead fundraising efforts for $190 million in upgrades at U of M sports facilities; TCB recently reported on the school’s ambitious plans.
The salon chain operator said it is implementing a “new capital allocation policy” as it attempts to turn itself around, and it determined that paying dividends is “not the best use of excess capital.”
A federal bankruptcy judge gave trustee Doug Kelley approval to consolidate nine different cases, a move that Kelley said solidifies his ability to pursue money from large hedge funds.
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